OSI is opening its doors in Oshkosh as a walk-in clinic starting Monday, Jan. 18.
Orthopedic Sports Institute (OSI) will begin seeing patients with new orthopedic injuries from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at its Oshkosh location, 600 N. Koeller St. In addition to the new Oshkosh Walk-In Clinic’s immediate care, the OSI clinic will be open five days a week.
OSI has been providing specialized orthopedic care in Oshkosh since May 2019, and opening this walk-in clinic will give patients a cost-effective alternative to the ER with shorter wait times.
“We’re happy to give the residents of Oshkosh and its surrounding areas a place to go to receive immediate, specialized care,” said Dr. Tim Mologne, one of the clinic’s orthopedic physicians. “We’re here to give an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan so patients can get back on the road of recovery quicker.”
OSI’s Oshkosh Walk-In Clinic will be staffed by Dr. Tim Mologne and his colleagues, Dr. Peter Eggert, Dr. Gearin Green, and Dr. Dave Eggert and their advanced practice clinicians. These highly-trained providers can immediately diagnose and treat new orthopedic injuries, including: sprains and strains, dislocations, new joint or tendon pain, broken bones, sports injuries, and workers’ compensation injuries.
The walk-in clinic is for new, non-life threatening situations that require immediate attention. Services to address chronic pain and severe fractures will be referred to an appropriate specialist.